Fishers Island Lemonade was created at the Montauk-based bar, The Pequot Inn.
This local bar happened to be to only establishment on a seven mile island, and the popularity of its house-made boozy lemonade was legendary. Created using natural lemon juices and spiked with a blend of vodka and whiskey, Fischer Island Lemonade was an island staple for 100 years until the family who owned The Penquot Inn decided to sell the refreshingly tart beverage to the masses. Available only in a can, Fishers Island Lemonade is the perfect summer beverage for those looking to stay cool.
As a beverage with some historical weight behind it, its only fitting that the lemonade is packaged in a retro-style can. With a yellow and white stripped background and vintage, stylized font, the effect of the can's design is reminiscent of hot days on the Montauk beach circa the 1920s.